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Recommendations for the best classical and jazz music in New York City.
With a storied Broadway résumé, the TV star returns to the stage at the United Solo Festival after living 25 more years than he was ever supposed to have.
Recommendations for the best classical music in New York City.
Seven people at the helm of current Broadway shows share why their associate directors are indispensable.
The 82-year-old maestro reveals his process creating a Shakespearean score—plus a preview before the recording is released this fall.
Fosse had Verdon. But who are the modern day muses for innovators like Camille A. Brown, Warren Carlyle, and more?
The history of the lesser known Sondheim musical ahead of Second Stage’s one-night-only concert.
As Jake Gyllenhaal and Tom Sturridge star in Off-Broadway’s evening of dual-monologues Sea Wall/A Life, here are 11 other times productions of multiple monologues made a splash.
The Tony winner shares tales from the West End production of The King and I revival—ahead of its cinema screening—and preparing for Broadway’s Kiss Me, Kate.
The new documentary tells the story of the legendary jazz label founded by German Jewish refugees.
While Janet McTeer portrays Sarah Bernhardt’s tackling of Hamlet, Playbill looks at ten times the incomparable talent played “pants parts.”
The Wendy Wasserstein-Cy Coleman-David Zippel musical was delayed decades by the untimely passing of two of its creators, but has finally been given life at New Jersey's Two Rivers.
The actors playing Tuptim and Lun Tha reveal how director Bartlett Sher steered them towards a fresh take on their Rodgers and Hammerstein romance.
Gordon, an early champion of Thelonious Monk, helped build the Blue Note record label.
A graduate of Juilliard, the musician has an upcoming residency at Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola from May 29 through June 2.
The singer will perform at the Richard Tucker Gala concert at Carnegie Hall October 21, 2018.
With near sold-out houses, Dear Evan Hansen, The Band’s Visit, and more have proven ticketbuyers’ appetite for hard-hitting theatre.
From instrumentation in The Band’s Visit to the digital music in Dear Evan Hansen, bands on Broadway are evolving—here’s why.
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend creator and star Rachel Bloom will also be among the performers in this season of the popular concert series.
The two-time Tony winner brings the American Songbook to life alongside Grammy winner Rhiannon Giddens.